Chelsea last lost to Fulham at Stamford Bridge in 1964. Everything you should know as Chelsea host Fulham

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Chelsea host London neighbours Fulham at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.

Below are everything you need to know ahead of Saturday’s Premier League game against Fulham:

Chelsea have not lost at the Bridge to Fulham for 23 top-flight matches stretching back to March 1964 – our longest unbeaten run against current Premier League clubs.

Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy will be hoping to keep another cleansheet after 15 clean sheets in 27 league appearances for the Blues.

Mendy is the only top-flight goalkeeper to have started 25 or more games and kept a clean sheet in more than half (56 per cent).

No Premier League coach has ever accrued 10 shut-outs more quickly than Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel (after 14 games).

Chelsea have netted twice as many league goals as our weekend’s visitors Fulham.

The Blues are Fulham’s least favourite top-flight opponents – they have managed three wins in our 51 meetings with Chelsea (six per cent) – and they arrive in 18th place, with one draw and four losses from their past five matches.

Fulham have earned almost two-thirds of their total points this season on the road and the Blues have failed to beat two of the four teams who have a worse away record than the Cottagers in 2020/21: Southampton and West Brom.

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